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dozen children. what are they doing? egypt has sent the top leadership of muslim brotherhood to stand with hamas. turkey will try to broker peace, and there's the u.s. president obama is monitor gt crisis from southeast asia cautioning israel against a full-scale ground invasion like t we saw four years ago. >> israel has every rilt to expect that it does not have missiles fired into its territory. if that can be accomplished without a ramping up of military activity in gaza, that's preferable. >> we have the situation covered with nbc's stephanie gosk in tel aviv and ambassador mark ginsberg, former u.s. ambassador to morocco who advised president carter on middle east policy. what's the latest? >> reporter: toure, negotiations right now are under way for a cease-fi cease-fire. the israeli cabinet is speaking to discuss possible options. they insist that the rocket fire out of gaza end immediately before they will agree to a cease-fire. on the palestinian side, they want the embargo in place since 2006 dropped, and they want the israelis to stop targeting palestinians. now, over the
golden is actually president morsi of egypt because he's the one who made this happen. >> that's interesting. i was hoping, bobby, you could give us a perspective of sort of what it's like for the average israeli family right now. both in terms of how they view this conflict and how it's impacting their life at this moment. i mean on the one hand, you have for the first time ever rockets able to reach major population centers. on the other hand you have the iron dome defense system which seems quite effective. so just take us on the ground, what's it line for people there? >> well, judging by the reporting that my colleagues there have been given and watching it unfold on television, it must be an extremely uncertain and nervous time. and in some small way, the israelis are now living closest to the border with gaza, have felt this for several months. now israelis farther away who thought they were well out of range of hamas' rockets, they beginning to feel what it felt like to live near the border. when the rocket -- when the alarms go off, when you have to duck for cover, wha
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